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A species is rare because it has relatively few individuals; it is very uncommon or scarce. Rarity is a relative concept and is related to the physical size of the individuals as well as the pattern of their distribution. A species may be rare because it has a limited range, existing only in certain patches of habitat scattered across an area -- common in those locations but rare in the overall scheme of things.species abundances is so regularly observed among different taxonomic sets in geographically diverse systems is a question that has received considerable theoretical and empirical investigation.
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